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By Kate Hanley.

Reproducible research has become a bit of a hot-topic in academic circles. With scandals such as the Potti case (see Baggerley and Coombes (2009) for a more detailed discussion) revealing that glaring errors and alleged data falsification can slip through the peer-review process fo...

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By Aimee Gott.

There has recently been an increase in talks, blog posts and discussions related to tools to use either instead of or alongside R to improve the efficiency of code - essentially how can we make it faster? C++, Python or more recently Julia, the comparisons are invariably based aroun...

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By Aimee Gott.

There has recently been an increase in talks, blog posts and discussions related to tools to use either instead of or alongside R to improve the efficiency of code - essentially how can we make it faster? C++, Python or more recently Julia, the comparisons are invariably based aroun...

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By Aimee Gott.

As R is growing in popularity so is interest in local R user groups but how do the numbers of those interested in attending break down by sector and is this representative of the sectors in which R is now being used?

Mango Solutions has now been running the London local user group...

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By Aimee Gott.

As R is growing in popularity so is interest in local R user groups but how do the numbers of those interested in attending break down by sector and is this representative of the sectors in which R is now being used?

Mango Solutions has now been running the London local user group...

Continue reading...